I figure the guys that see this photo would have no problem knowing which one was the female Northern Mockingbird.
Ooooi. You could get in soooo much trouble with this!
I just couldn’t help myself Steve!
The quiet one on the left of course!! She’s just following biblical guidelines from Ephesians 5:22 and submitting to her man as he calls the shots. What??? Birds don’t marry?? Oh well, gals, I tried to help us:-)
Woo Hoo! Aren’t you Mr. Funny guy today?
Great Photo tho. But hey Steve. Stick to photography!
Comedy just doesn’t fit you! lol…..
Tsk tsk Steve! Cute picture though 😉
Notice anything about the replies? They’re all from WOMEN!
The one on left is the female. He’s telling her about the 20′ earthworm that he didn’t catch for breakfast.
I suppose you want us to say the one with its mouth open:-)
Hey Darlene, Steve’s got a great sence of humor, his captions make me LOL all the time, it’s just more subtle. He’s a pretty gutsy guy today putting himself out there with this one. Actually girls, I think the female is on the right giving it to him for not coming home last night and the barn swallows from the 12th are her friends, yelling ” YOU GO GIRL!” The male on the left has already tuned her out and and is in lala land!
After the comments on Facebook and on here I now know how that male Mockingbird feels.
Looks like you’ve already learned the error of your ways, so, I’ll just comment on the photo…cute capture
Cute But I agree she can not get a word said. She is on the left.
Cindy, do men ever learn?
Too funny! I want to show my wife, but… I’m scared.
I figure she’s got her mouth open waiting for the gift of food he’s sure to be giving her since it’s courting season – I love all the comments – you sure did get a lot today Steve… great capture!
Well, which one is the female?????
The bigger one is the male. What a wonderful species.
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